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Cargo Ships, Semarang Port Indonesia | Voyage Charter

English: Norwegian cargo ships Havila Favour (...
English: Norwegian cargo ships Havila Favour (left, IMO 9182344) and Panamanian cargo ship Vestland (IMO 8127268) in Bergen, Norway. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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Vessel Open Haiphong , End Aug/ Early Sept 2012


MV V. PEARL

OPEN HAIPHONG END AUG - EARLY SEPT.


BUILT: JAPAN, 1996 
SDBC, NKK + VIRES
DWT 24241 MT/ DRAFT 9.548 M / TPC 34.8 MT
LOA: 157.26 M, LBP: 149.99 M,
BREADTH 26.0 M, DEPTH (MOULDED): 13.30 M
GT/NT: 14602/8402
PANAMA CANAL NT: 12264,SUEZ CANAL GT/NT: 15317/13534.41
WINTER DWT/DRAFT: 23549 MT ON 9.349 M
TROPICAL DWT/DRAFT: 23241 MT ON 9.761 M
FRESH WATER DWT/DRAFT: 23921 MT ON 9.960 M
CGO GEAR: 4 CRANES EACH 30MT SWL
HOLDS/HATCHES: 4/4HATCH SIZE: 
# 1 : 18.48 X 13.05 M
# 2,3& 4 EACH: 21.56 M X 13.05 M
TANKTOP STRENGTHS 11.21 MT/M2
HCOVER #1: 2.28 MT/M2
HCOVER # 2,3,4: 2.5 MT/M2
GRAIN /BALE: 30909.97 CBM / 29817.41 CBM
GRAIN BALE
# 1 6779.32 6555.66
# 2 8265.12 7976.44
# 3 8279.98 7984.18
# 4 7585.55 7301.13

TRY Voy, TCT, TC
ADA



Ship Position, Open Kandla - 25th July 2012

The Sabrina I is a modern Handymax bulk carrier.
The Sabrina I is a modern Handymax bulk carrier. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


M/V ‘ATHENA’
OPEN: Kandla, 25th July 


SINGLEDECK / BULK CARRIER

28,457 DWAT ON 9.766 M SSW – TPC 39.37


BLT 1995 / BAHAMAS FLAG


LOA 170 M / BEAM 27 M


GRT / NRT   17,429 / 9,829
5 HO/HA – 4 X 30 MT CRANES
37,694 CBM GRAIN / 36,665 CBM BALE
SPEED ABT 13 KNOTS ON ABT 22 MT (L) / 21.5 MT (B) IFO 180CST + 1 MT MDO
ALL DETAILS ABT.


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Vessel Opening EC India, 28th Sept / 1 Oct, 2011

Vessel opening EC India


MV Free Imapala. Open Vizag, EC India 28 Sept / 1 Oct

24.111 DWT ON 9.55 - 1997 BLT

SDBC LOG - BAH FLG

INT GT/NT 15,888/8,036

LOA/BM/TPC 160.4 / 25.8 / 35.46

GRN/BALE CBM 31,958.8 / 31,285.19

4 HOHA - 4 X 30 MT CR

SPD/CONS (IFO 380 CST):
L: ABT 13 K ON ABT 21 IFO + ABT 0.2 MDO
B: ABT 13 K ON ABT 19.5 IFO + ABT 0.2 MDO

IDLE: ABT 3 IFO + ABT 0.5 MDO

WORK: ABT 4.5 IFO + ABT 0.5 MDO

ADA - WOG

Vessel Opening Karachi, 5th-15 Oct 2011


MV UNIVERSAL

OPEN KANDLA 05-15 OCT – ANY DIRECTION
 
SDBC FULLY FITTED LOGGER
 
FLAG PAN BLT 6/81 

GT 14228/NT 8478

LOA 160.38 M/ BEAM 24.60 M

4 HOHA, G 31.233,37 / B 29.840,70

C 3 X 25T

11K ON 17.5 IFO 180 CST + 1.6 MGO

IDLE 1.2M MGO/WW 2.8 MGO

Vessel Opening Karachi, 16th/23rd Sept 2011


MV. VINALINES SKY  - OPEN AT KARACHI 16/23 SEPT

Built:                October 1997, Ishikawajima – Harima Heavy Ind. – Tokyo Yard No. 3097
Flag:               Viet Nam
Port of registry: Hai Phong - Viet Nam
INMARSAT C: 457448310 – INMARSAT MINIC: 457448311 – INMARSAT B: 357448310
MMSI: 574483000
Class:             GL + 100 A5 ESP C3D10 Bulk Carrier, Ore Carrier, + MC AUT
Callsign:         XVRV
IMO No:          9168269
Official No:    VN-28.TT-VT
Dwt on summer draft salt/fresh:       42,717 / 42,715 MT
Dwt on tropical draft salt / fresh:      43,870 / 43,843 MT
Dwt on winter draft:                           41,568 MT
Draft                                                    summer: 11.373M
                                                            tropical: 11.609M
                                                            tropical fresh: 11.866M
                                                            winter: 11.137M
Air draft:                     49.50 M
GRT/NRT:                  24,953 / 13,547
Suez GRT/NRT:         25,817.63 / 23,102.52
LOA: 181.5M
Breadth/Depth:          30.5M/16.4M
Cargo gear    :           4 x 30MT/ Outreach: 24m Electro – Hydraulic Cranes, Makers: IHI
Crane outreach from shipsize: 8.75M
Grabs:                        4 x 10CBM  Electro Hydraulic PEINER Grabs
Ballast capacity:        Maximum 25,476 CBM including hold No.3 (11,349 CBM)
Cargo permissible load:      Tank top No.1            20.22 t/M2
                                                Tank top No.2 & 4     13.58 t/M2
                                                Tank top No.3            24.29t/M2
                                                Tank top No.5            19.76t/M2
                                                Weather deck            3.69t/M2
                                                                Hatch covers              2.45t/M2
                                                           
Fresh water capacity: 291 CBM
Constant excluding fresh water: About 250T
Hold / Hatch: 5HO/5HA
Hatch cover: Folding type
Hull and Machinery Insurance:         Bao Viet Insurance Company
P & I:                                                   London Steam Ship
HA No.1:        15.2m x 12.8M, HA No.2: 19.2M x 15.2M, HA No.3: 19.2M x 15.2M, HA No.4:19.2M x x 15.2M, HA No.5: 19.2M x 15.2M
Length of hold No.1: 26.4 / No.2: 28.8 / No.3: 27.2 / No.4: 28.8 / No.5: 28.0M
Height of hatch coamings:               No.1 A/F:        1.45 / 2.2M
                                                            No.2,3,4,5:     1.45M
Cargo holds:  No.1:   9,327.5M3 (Grain) - 9,024.0 M3         (Bale)
                        No.2:11,505.4M3 (Grain) - 11,264.6 M3       (Bale)
                        No.3: 11,322.1M3 (Grain) - 10,903.0 M3    (Bale)
                        No.4: 11,501.9M3 (Grain) - 11,260.04 M3 (Bale)
                        No.5: 10,196.0M3 (Grain) - 9,926.6 M3      (Bale)
                        -------------------------------------------------------
Total:                           53,8LI25.9 M3(Grain) - 52,379.0 M3   (Bale)     


Ocean Freight for Capesize going up, Sept 2011



The cost of Hiring Ships is rising because China is shipping more iron ore cargo and Japan is buying huge volumes of Coal for its power plant. 

The tight supply of iron ore from India has made Chinese importer to look from other sources. The hiring charges of capesize four type ships have almost tripled. The hire charge for six month of ship with carrying capacity of 1,70K has gone up to US$ 25,000 a day.

Most of the Miners and Traders are interested in hiring ships on long term basis to avoid any freight rise on their business.

The resources in Africa can fulfill the demands of the Asian raw material. The high demand of Coal by India and China also contributed for the rising hire charges. In return, African market has got the increase demand of Rice, Automobiles etc. This can be assumed as opening of new Silk Route of the present century.

Top ten shipping companies are working hard and revising their investment for connecting Africa with Asia. The market clearly show the clear demand as the share prices of the exporters from Africa is showing significant increase.

This trade is almost three-quarter of the world trade between Africa and Asia. Now a days African exporters are also showing more interest on Bare Boat Charter and Time Charter of the Ships due to the regular exports from African ports to Asian ports

What is the demand for Capesize Vessels ?



There is high demand for Vessel from the minerals and commodity market. There is acute shortage for the break bulk vessels for carrying iron ore, coal and other bulk commodities and the vessel owners are asking three times higher freights these days.

The ocean freight for break bulk carriers is higher than Baltic Exchange rates. The companies from Brazil are paying the highest prices for capesize vessels for carrying iron ore to Asia as per the information from the Exchange data.

The capsize vessel are approx forty percent of dry bulk fleet of world. The restriction on exports of iron ore from India has increased the iron ore shipment from South America to Asia.
The freight index as per the exchange has risen for panamax 15 percent, supramax 13 percent and handy size by 5.5 percent.

With the demand in bulk commodities which approx rises by 4% also may be the reason for the rise in the demand for the capesize vessels


 
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